Posted: June 2, 2013 in Uncategorized


by JAN

In my previous post, I presented a number of reasons to reject the Official Story of the Boston Marathon bombings.1 Since the bombings occurred two more events have happened which look like attempts to cover-up and/or clean up after the event. I will discuss both of them, but in separate articles.

The first of these is the death of Ibragim Todashev, a Chechen and friend of the Tsarnaev brothers in Boston. Here we find clear evidence of a murder by the FBI which must have been to silence any statements by people who know their Official Story is a pack of lies. Ibragim’s father, Abdulbaki Todashev, showed reporters pictures of his son’s body taken in the US. In these photos “Todashev is pictured lying in a Florida morgue. His father claims they show brutal injuries from up to seven bullets including one to the back of the head.”2  In another article his father stated that “they could have wounded him, in the leg or the shoulder. But this is a killing with a ‘control shot.” The article went on to explain that his father used the Russian phrase translated as a “control shot” for a point-blank shot used by hit men to ensure their victim is dead.3

For its part, the FBI keeps changing its story about what happened.   Josh Voorhees in his blog Slatest explains that at first the AP, NBC News and others claimed that Ibragim had a knife and lunged at the agents, while the New York Times claimed it was “a knife or pipe or something.” Then the Washington Post explained: “Initial reports citing anonymous law-enforcement individuals provided conflicting accounts of what happened. Some law enforcement officials said Todashev wielded a knife and others suggested that he attempted to grab the FBI agent’s gun.”4 The knife probably dropped out of the story when it was revealed that Ibragim was unarmed when questioned by the FBI.

But this is not the end. No doubt the script writers at the FBI are working overtime to invent a plausible story to cover what is clearly a cold-blooded murder. This is their latest take on Ibragim’s death:

“Mr. Todashev, according to the F.B.I., confessed to his involvement in [a 2011 triple homicide] and implicated [Tamerlan] Tsarnaev. He then started to write a statement admitting his involvement while sitting at a table across from the agent and one of the detectives when the agent briefly looked away, the official said. At that moment, Mr. Todashev picked up the table and threw it at the agent, knocking him to the ground.
“While trying to stand up, the agent, who suffered a wound to his face from the table that required stitches, drew his gun and saw Mr. Todashev running at him with a metal pole, according to the official, adding that it might have been a broomstick.
“The agent fired several shots at Mr. Todashev, striking him and knocking him backward. But Mr. Todashev again charged at the agent. The agent fired several more shots at Mr. Todashev, killing him. The detective in the room did not fire his weapon, the official said. Under the F.B.I.’s guidelines, agents can fire a gun at someone if they feel the person is a threat to them or someone else.5

Notice how the story shows that the agents followed FBI guidelines to the letter. How difficult it must be to make up these stories and follow FBI guidelines as well!

Ibragim was not the only person at the interview. “A friend of Todashev, Khusn Taramiv, said Todashev, was being investigated for his connection to Tsarnaev because both had lived in Boston and were MMA fighters.” They were interviewed together for about three hours. Khusn’s account of event is given here:

“(The FBI) took me and my friend, (Ibragim Todashev). They were talking to us, both of us, right? And they said they need him for a little more, for a couple more hours, and I left, and they told me they’re going to bring him back. They never brought him back,” Taramiv said.
“He felt inside he was going to get shot,” Taramiv said about Todashev. “I told him, ‘Everything is going to be fine, don’t worry about it.’ He said, ‘I have a really bad feeling.'”
“Taramiv said he left the interview, and when he came back to the apartments, he found that there had been a shooting.6

As I see it, the only reason to kill Ibragim Todashev is that he knew things about the Tsarnaev brothers that did not fit into the Official Story. Fortunately for  Khusn Taramiv he did not seem to know anything of importance about them. Probably what Khusn knew also made him realize that he had something to fear from the FBI. So we now have five victims of the Boston bombings.








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